resounding


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re·sound

 (rĭ-zound′)
v. re·sound·ed, re·sound·ing, re·sounds
v.intr.
1. To make a loud, prolonged, or reverberating sound: The judge's gavel resounded in the courtroom. See Synonyms at echo.
2. To be filled with sound; reverberate: The schoolyard resounded with the laughter of children.
3. To be talked about, celebrated, or extolled: news that resounded throughout the nation.
v.tr.
1. To send back (sound).
2. To utter or emit loudly.
3. To celebrate or praise, as in verse or song.

[Alteration (influenced by sound) of Middle English resounen, from Old French resoner, from Latin resonāre : re-, re- + sonāre, to sound; see swen- in Indo-European roots.]

re·sound′ing adj.
re·sound′ing·ly adv.

resounding

(rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ)
adj
1. clear and emphatic; unmistakable: a resounding vote of confidence.
2. full of or characterized by resonance; reverberating: a resounding slap.
reˈsoundingly adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.resounding - characterized by resonance; "a resonant voice"; "hear the rolling thunder"
reverberant - having a tendency to reverberate or be repeatedly reflected; "a reverberant room"; "the reverberant booms of cannon"

resounding

adjective
1. echoing, full, sounding, rich, ringing, powerful, booming, vibrant, reverberating, resonant, sonorous She got a resounding round of applause.
2. huge, striking, outstanding, tremendous, terrific, decisive, notable, monumental, conclusive The occasion was a resounding success.

resounding

adjective
1. Having or producing a full, deep, or rich sound:
2. Expressed or performed with emphasis:
Translations
باهِر، عَظيم، مُدَوٍّمجلجلمُدَوٍّ، عالي الصَّوْت
obrovskývýraznýzvučný
bragende
visszhangzó
algjörhljómandi, glymjandi

resounding

[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ] ADJ [noise] → sonoro; [victory, success] → resonante; [failure] → estrepitoso

resounding

[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ] adj
[voice, cry] → retentissant(e); [crash, roar] → retentissant(e); [slap, thump] → retentissant(e)
[victory, triumph] → retentissant(e); [defeat] → retentissant(e)
to be a resounding success → être un succès retentissant

resounding

adj noise, shout, thud, crackwiderhallend; laugh, voiceschallend; (fig) triumph, victory, failuregewaltig; successdurchschlagend; defeathaushoch; resounding silenceüberwältigende Stille; the response was a resounding “no”die Antwort war ein überwältigendes „Nein“

resounding

[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ] adj (noise) → fragoroso/a, risonante; (victory, defeat) → clamoroso/a

resound

(rəˈzaund) verb
to sound loudly or for a long time. The audience's cheers resounded through the hall.
reˈsounding adjective
1. loud. resounding cheers.
2. very great; complete. a resounding victory/success.
reˈsoundingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
With his head filled with resounding thoughts, George Willard walked into such a street on the clear January night.
The sewing-machine made a resounding clatter in the room; it was of a ponderous, by-gone make.
Hard by the farmhouse was a vast barn, that might have served for a church; every window and crevice of which seemed bursting forth with the treasures of the farm; the flail was busily resounding within it from morning to night; swallows and martins skimmed twittering about the eaves; an rows of pigeons, some with one eye turned up, as if watching the weather, some with their heads under their wings or buried in their bosoms, and others swelling, and cooing, and bowing about their dames, were enjoying the sunshine on the roof.
Suddenly, however, there came a series of resounding blows upon it, causing the crowd to give back.
Ever busily winding the golden thread which bound her husband, and her father, and herself, and her old directress and companion, in a life of quiet bliss, Lucie sat in the still house in the tranquilly resounding corner, listening to the echoing footsteps of years.
The earthy smell, the sunless air, the sensation of the world being shut out, the resounding of the organ through the black and white arched galleries and aisles, are wings that take me back, and hold me hovering above those days, in a half-sleeping and half-waking dream.
Carlotta's voice alone once more filled the resounding house:
And with this kind of disposition she does more harm in this country than if the plague had got into it, for her affability and her beauty draw on the hearts of those that associate with her to love her and to court her, but her scorn and her frankness bring them to the brink of despair; and so they know not what to say save to proclaim her aloud cruel and hard-hearted, and other names of the same sort which well describe the nature of her character; and if you should remain here any time, senor, you would hear these hills and valleys resounding with the laments of the rejected ones who pursue her.
When he did get it in hand, the tinker had reached him thrice with resounding thwacks.
Edmond fancied he heard a bitter laugh resounding from the depths.
Many of the men were making low-toned noises with their mouths, and these subdued cheers, snarls, imprecations, prayers, made a wild, bar- baric song that went as an undercurrent of sound, strange and chantlike with the resounding chords of the war march.
High over the tree-tops, in a widespread, trailing, noisy crew, there fly, with resounding cries, flocks of birds which seem to darken and overlay the very heavens.